Dr. Bryanna Fatigate is a postdoctoral fellow at CBC where she conducts individual, family and group therapy with children, adolescents, and adults. Bryanna is also a National Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). With six years dedicated to school psychology and four years of specialized training in outpatient clinic settings, Bryanna has worked with diverse populations presenting with various concerns, such as ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Autism, and Bipolar disorder.
Bryanna is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Bryanna has additional training in other evidence-based models (e.g. Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing) and has delivered them across a range of populations. Bryanna collaborates with patients and their families, aligns goals with their core values, tailors interventions to each individual, and skillfully leverages their strengths to address challenges. She incorporates mindfulness meditation, creative arts, and wellness strategies into her work whenever possible. Moreover, she is a firm believer that the rapport she makes with clients is just as important as the interventions themselves.
Bryanna completed her pre-doctoral internship at Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MSAHC), where she gained comprehensive experience in treating adolescents and young adults, co-leading DBT Skills Groups, and offering integrated care within primary care settings. Her earlier clinical externship at Reaching HOPE, a nonprofit outpatient clinic focused on trauma-related issues, equipped her to address the developmental and relational impact of complex trauma and intergenerational violence. She is passionate about the power of collective processing and gained experience co-facilitating groups for survivors of domestic violence (DV) and youth in the LGBTQIA+ community.
Bryanna also has significant experience administering and interpreting psychoeducational assessments and writing comprehensive reports to generate recommendations for special education services. As a result, she has the ability to understand an individual's unique cognitive, adaptive, executive functioning, and learning needs. Additionally, she is well-versed in advocating for children's educational rights under IDEA and NCLB and helping families navigate the educational landscape.
Bryanna’s dissertation research introduced an innovative consultation model that enhances the partnership between teachers and families, fostering positive youth development across different environments. Bryanna is enthusiastic about the potential of collaboration, uniting caregivers, interdisciplinary providers, teachers, and community resources to facilitate skill development and maximize client growth.